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    After days of backlash over children getting separated from their parents on the southern border, President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order to detain families together as they attempt to enter the United States illegally. […]

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1) Wyoming U.S. Representative Liz Cheney has introduced a bill that would levy a fee of $150 to individuals or groups that file a protest to plans to lease or drill on federal land. Cheney says the protests slow down the permitting process which hurts the Wyoming economy. The fees would hit hunters and conservation groups particularly hard, since they file protests to protect hunting and wildlife.
Should new fees be levied against groups that file protests over leasing or drilling plans?
2) The state of Minnesota had outlawed the wearing of clothes, buttons, or hats with political messages on them at polling places. The Supreme Court overturned the law, saying it was overbroad.
Should Wyoming allow people to wear items with political messages at polling places?

U.S. Customs and Border Protection says they are taking “immediate steps” to implement President Trump’s new executive order that temporarily allows undocumented families to stay together. However, it’s unclear if or when the children already separated from their parents will be reunited. CBS News reports.

Fire command transitions to smaller team: Albany County Sheriff’s Office investigates burglaries in evacuated area

By Ike Fredregill, Laramie Boomerang
As fire activity winds down, Rocky Mountain Team Black is slated to hand over the reins today to an incoming Type III command team.“With 94 percent containment, there’s less resources needed for the fire,” Team Black spokesperson Dawn Sanchez said. “Because the fire’s complexity has reduced, what it really needs now is a Type III team.”
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Countywide lodging tax to appear on November ballot

By Michael Illiano, The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN —  Sheridan Travel and Tourism staff and board members are pushing a ballot proposition that would implement a 4 percent countywide lodging tax that STT director Shawn Parker says will allow the county to significantly expand the scope of its tourism marketing.
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Wyo. congressional delegation say they don’t support separating children from parents

By Austin Huguelet, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE — Like a number of her Republican colleagues, U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., applauded President Donald Trump’s decision Wednesday to reverse his administration’s policy of separating migrant children from their parents after several days of withering criticism.
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Teton lands committee buys time

By Mike Koshmrl, Jackson Hole Daily
A diverse committee of residents who are trying to chart a future for large swaths of federal land in Teton County has been granted another two months to try to reach an agreement. Click here for more

Women to compete at Miss Wyoming Saturday

By Staff, The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN —  This year’s Miss Wyoming competition will take place Saturday at the WYO Performing Arts and Education Center. The show will begin at 6:30 p.m. The show will feature Miss Wyoming 2017, Cheyenne Buyert of Sheridan, and Miss Wyoming’s Outstanding Teen 2017 Amelia Beck Winter of Wheatland. The women who take home the crown will represent Wyoming and compete for the national title of Miss America 2019 and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen 2019 later this year. 
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Help prevent wildfires on your public lands

Posted 6-20-18, Bureau of Land Management (CHEYENNE) --  Spring precipitation has brought an abundance of grass and other fine fuels, including cheatgrass, to public lands. In addition to last year’s dried grasses, these fine fuels can ignite readily and burn easily...

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Governors Announce New Group to Promote Carbon Capture

Posted 6-20-18, Office of Governor Matt Mead (JACKSON HOLE) -- A bipartisan group of Governors today announced the formation of a new national effort to provide state executive leadership, focus and outreach on behalf of carbon capture policy and technology...

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Weekend arrests made in Midway Mall burglary case

Posted 6-20-18, Sublette County Sheriff's Office (PINEDALE) -- Over the weekend Sublette County Sheriff’s Office Detectives made arrests related to a burglary case from the Midway Mall in Big Piney. On June 10th 2018, Sublette County Detectives received a call of a...

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should new fees be levied against groups that file protests over leasing or drilling plans?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should Wyoming allow people to wear items with political messages at polling places?

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